A practical guide to living in and engaging with culture, while living for God.
We all belong to a culture. From the shows we watch to the language we use to the food we eat; culture shapes the way we look at the world, the way we act, the way we think. It affects so much of our lives, and yet we are rarely aware of it. If we are not careful, it can push us away from God’s good desires for who we are and how we live in our world.
This short, helpful book from the Track series encourages young adults to think about what it means to live in the culture but to follow God’s ways rather than the ways of the world.
Walt Mueller begins by explaining what culture is, how it affects the way we see the world, and how we can be aware of the differences between what God teaches in His Word and what our culture says is true. He then covers a couple of big issues that young people face where there is a stark difference between biblical truth and wisdom, and the way our friends might see things.
- Soup and Sandwiches
- We All Wear Glasses
- Culture, Your Story and God’s Story
- Living Christianly in Culture
- World, Word, Walk: on Gender
- World, Word, Walk: on Social Media
About the Track Series
Track is a series of books designed to disciple the next generation in the areas of culture, doctrine, & the Christian life. While the topics addressed aren’t always simple, they are communicated in a manner that is.
About Walt Mueller
Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding. He is also the host of Youth Culture Today, a syndicated radio show and podcast.